“Don’t be afraid of making mistakes, don’t be afraid of experimenting, and don’t be afraid of hard work. If you try, there are two possible outcomes: either you succeed or you don’t. If you do nothing, there’s only ever one outcome. Don’t be afraid! Go ahead! Try! Work! Learn! Look for the right people to help you. And once again – work.”
Cyber Safety Management Game
We offer an interactive computer-based, instructor-assisted workshop It is part of the Kaspersky Security Awareness portfolio, based on the methodology of CyberSafety Culture The workshop provides participants with a foundation level of knowledge on reallife cyber threats within a scenario-based approach The outcomes of this program are to motivate students:
- To understand “why they should care about security ”
- To distinguish between safe and unsafe behaviour (technical and vigilance skills)
- The program provides positive examples of “Dos”, not just “Don’ts”, and lets participants see how they are viewed from the perspective of cybercriminals
The participants are divided into teams and face a series of interesting Cyber Questions: some technical, some not so technical, and one or two just for fun Multiple topics include, but are not limited to, hacking techniques, attack vectors, legal issues and the impact of cybercrime on business. The open-ended question format will allow participants to express their viewpoint.
Kaspersky Interactive Protection Simulation (KIPS) training:
KIPS demonstrates the real role played by cybersecurity in business continuity and profitability The simulation spotlights emerging challenges and current threats, examines typical mistakes companies make when creating and enforcing a cybersecurity strategy, and illustrates how business units and IT security teams need to work together to keep enterprise operations running smoothly and resiliently in the face of cyberthreats.